Estate Plans That Are Tailored To Your Unique Needs
It is difficult for many people to think about what will happen to their assets after they are gone. Failing to create an estate plan, however, does a disservice to your heirs. It forces them to go through the process without your guidance, anticipating and agreeing on your final wishes. Failing to plan for the future also robs you of the power to ensure that your assets are distributed the way you want them to be.
I am attorney Suzanne P. Nicholl, and I can help you take the steps necessary to create a solid and effective estate plan. There are many tools available to help ensure that assets are distributed properly. I will meet with you personally to determine your precise wishes, then build a custom plan that suits your needs.
Estate Planning For Any Situation
It is a common misconception that estate planning is only for the wealthy. In fact, an estate plan can be useful for almost anyone. Some people will require only a will to ensure that their needs are met. Others will require additional tools, such as a trust. As your attorney, I can help you choose the methods that will allow you to protect and pass on your assets. I can provide a wide variety of services, including:
- Revocable living trusts
- Irrevocable life insurance trusts
- Special needs trusts
- Assistance with gifting
Keeping You Informed
As your San Diego estate planning lawyer, I believe our relationship doesn’t have to end once the documents are signed. Even after your estate plan is complete, I will continue to stay current with California law, keeping an eye out for any changes that could affect you or your loved ones. If you ever wish to alter your plan for any reason, I will be ready to assist you.
To contact the Law Office of Suzanne P. Nicholl, PC, please fill out our online form or call +1-619-894-8552. I offer initial consultations to all clients, as well as evening upon request. My office provides free parking; however, if you would prefer, I can meet with you in your home or hospital room instead.